EUR 16,34
  • Precio final del producto
Sólo queda(n) 1 en stock.
Vendido y enviado por LES GALETTES ARGENTEES.
EUR 16,34 + EUR 2,99 de gastos de envío
¿Tienes uno para vender? Vender en Amazon

Prince Of Persia - The Sands Of Time CD

Ver los formatos y ediciones Ocultar otros formatos y ediciones
Precio Amazon
Nuevo desde Usado desde
CD de audio , CD, 24 may 2010
EUR 16,34
EUR 15,49 EUR 10,80

Descripción del producto

Descripción del producto

Découvrez la bande originale du nouveau film d'aventure des studios DISNEY. Un fresque épique tirée du jeu vidéo à succès PRINCE OF PERSIA. En salle le 26 mai 2010 Avec Jake Gyllenhaal (Brothers, Le secret de Brokeback Mountain, Jarehead), Ben Kingsley (Shutter Island), Gemma Arterton (le Choc des Titans, Good Morning England). Réalisé par Mike Newell (Harry Potter). Musique composée par Harry Gregson-Williams (X-Men Origins, Le Monde De Narnia 2, Gone Baby Gone , Shrek 3...) Inclus le titre inédit de Alanis Morissette « I Remain ». SYNOSPIS DU FILM : Dastan, un jeune prince de la Perse du VIe siècle va devoir unir ses forces à celles de la belle et courageuse princesse Tamina pour empêcher un redoutable noble de s'emparer des Sables du Temps, un don des dieux capable d'inverser le cours du temps et qui lui permettrait de régner en maître absolu sur le monde.


Lista de canciones:
Disco 1
1. The Prince Of Persia
2. Raid On Alamut
3. Tamina Unveiled
4. The King And His Sons
5. Dastan And Tamina Escape
6. Journey Through The Desert
7. Ostrich Race
8. Running From Sheik Amar
9. Trusting Nizam
10. Visions Of Death
11. So, You're Going To Help Me?
12. The Oasis Ambush
13. Hassassin Attack
14. Return To Alamut
15. This Is No Ordinary Dagger
16. The Sand Glass Chamber
17. Sands Of Time
18. Destiny
19. I Remain

Detalles del producto

  • Reproducir álbum como muestra - (Muestra)
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99
Escuchar ahora Comprar: EUR 0,99

Opiniones de clientes

Todavía no hay opiniones de clientes en
5 estrellas
4 estrellas
3 estrellas
2 estrellas
1 estrella

Opiniones de clientes más útiles en (beta) 4.7 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 39 opiniones
23 de 25 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Lush Adventure Score Layered With Harry's Signature Electronics. It's Thematic, Fun, Exciting & Memorable 29 de mayo de 2010
Por Kaya Savas - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Harry Gregson-Williams doing the score for this movie was the only glimmer of light it ever had. From the looks of it it's also a safe bet to say that it's the film's only saving grace, and indeed it is. Harry Gregson-Williams delivers a lush sweeping adventure score filled to the brim with ethnic flavors and romanticism.

On its surface this is a summer blockbuster adventure score. So we get a nice big adventurous theme to start us off. While it may sound very familiar to Alan Silvestri's The Mummy Returns theme it definitely holds its own weight. Then we have a second romantic theme, which is I believe the only uncharacteristic part of this score. By that I mean it's the one thing that doesn't sound like Harry. It has a Zimmer quality to it and reminds me of Pirates Of The Caribbean. With Jerry Bruckhiemer producing I wouldn't be surprised if Pirates was used as a temp track at all. Is that theme great? Absolutely! I love it.

The rest of the score is lots of fun and a great ride. I didn't expect Harry to toss in his signature electronics into the mix, but it works so well. It's almost as if his score to Kingdom Of Heaven got combined with one of his Tony Scott scores. I'm pretty sure I heard that fantastic Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare menu music percussion in there. There's also his signature motif. I guess I'll call it his "Middle Eastern Motif" since he uses it in any score that deals somewhat with a Middle Eastern setting or character. I remember it in Domino most notably and a few others.

In the end this was a fantastic score. It brings us these lush themes and places us right in the atmosphere and setting of the story. His electronic percussion and pulsing strings give it a shot of adrenaline and keeps the energy level high. It's what summer blockbuster scores are all about. Great fun done in such an amazing and memorable way that can still give you an emotional ride in full Gregson-Williams style.
11 de 12 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wonderful music that transforms you to another world 15 de junio de 2010
Por Rene' - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
When I saw the movie (which by the way isn't as bad as they say) the music got stuck in my head and I had to have the soundtrack. The opening music "The Prince of Persia" is beautiful and haunting, but the Raid on Alamut is brilliant. I have played those tracks over and over. I also love Alanis Morisette's I Remain, it has a unforgettable sound. this music is among the best I heard in movies for a long time.
5 de 5 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Another winner for Harry Gregson-Williams 12 de julio de 2010
Por Duane W. Richards - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I'm a huge movie music fan, and tend to follow certain composers as they convert me to their work. I fell in love Harry's work on Narnia and Kingdom of Heaven (one of the first soundtracks I purchased without seeing the movie), and have continued to be impressed with his work. With Prince of Persia, there are some familiar themes and similarities to other movies, but not to the point of distraction. I felt that the music very adequately transported me to the locations of the movie, with a middle-eastern flair, and the enchantment that accompanies it. If you're a fan of the movie, or of movie music, give this one a shot!
14 de 20 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sweeping and Dramatic, yet Lacking 12 de junio de 2010
Por John Green, NCGBT - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
I'll admit I have no intention of seeing this movie; I never played the games and the amount of CGI in the trailers probably cost more than the combined GNP of several nations, and usually serves to hide a missing plot. But as a lover of soundtracks I was eager to check this one out.

Gregson-Williams displays the usual Remote Control Studios chops- synthesized drum trax and other blended electronics joining the male chorus, electric cellos and frantic string cues. Throw in some stock Arabic chants and its not a bad mix at all, just also not very memorable.

There seems to be a pattern on most of the tracks- a sweeping opening, a dip or two into minimalism to highlight the undercurrents before switching into a brief flurry before the end. I also didn't notice any discernible heroic motifs, other than the drum and cello combo that's very similar to Djawadi's work on Clash of the Titans- that one shows up repeatedly.

A few highlights:
The Prince of Persia: Title track is very reminiscent of Goldsmith's Mummy- strings, programmed bongos, choral chants, horns and Spanish guitar blending into typical sweeping Middle Eastern motifs. Not bad at all, actually.

Raid on Alamut: Some very rhythmic drum combos invoke the sense of furtive excitement. A few changes in tempo along the way sweep you along with the tide.

Running from Sheikh Amar: Chiefly comprised of the aforementioned Clash of the Titans electric cello and drum impact combo.

Visions of Death: The looped drum tracks and stereo effects work very nicely through your headphones.

No Ordinary Dagger: Follows the formula to a tee. Starts with the most powerfully evocative strings on the cd, then dips in the middle and slides into a brief crescendo towards the end.

The Passages: Gets kinda fun in the middle, with all manner of instruments coming together in a rush of excitement before settling into what seems like a discovery of some kind at the ending.

The Sands of Time: One of the better tracks. Action, excitement and mystery all come together in this one; the middle's especially good but again, it goes out with a slide instead of a bang.

Destiny: The standard reflective denouement with a hint of promise for a sequel.

I Remain: The now-obligatory token radio track, sung by Alanis Morrisette. Whatever.

Overall it's a really good thing he has going here, but it's never sustained for some reason. Right when things get interesting they slow down and barely resume before ending; by the fifth track it's gets kind of frustrating. Overall, I'd give it 3.5 stars if I could.
1 de 1 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Prince of Persia Score 13 de agosto de 2010
Por Ryna - Publicado en
Compra verificada
I have to admit that I thought the whole Prince of Persia thing sounded ridiculous when I first heard of it: "a movie based off of a video game??"
However, I saw the movie, and one of the things I liked about it was the score, as I like and own both "Narnia" scores by Harry Gregson-Williams.
One of my favorite tracks is the first one, titled "The Prince of Persia". Near the end of this track, a very majestic and beautiful rendition, compliments of our friend Harry :) of what I think of as "the main theme" of Prince of Persia.
"Raid on Alamut" will remind those of you who own the Prince Caspian soundtrack of "Raid on the Castle" and other pieces of that score. But even though it may remind you of Harry's previous scores in various ways, the the Prince of Persia score has a definite different theme, than say, in Prince Caspian. Harry Gregson-William proves that he is able to create different genres of music for different types of films. While Prince of Persia is basically fantasy, it has a different feel than the Narnia films. Harry Gregson-Williams creates a middle-eastern feel for his score. At the end of the score, you can listen to "I Remain" sung by Alanis Morissette (written by Alanis Morissette and Mike Elizondo).
If you liked the music of Prince of Persia: the Sands of Time, and just can't remember those themes you liked...this is the score for you.

Buscar productos similares por categoría